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Published on Dec 10, 2011
Release Date: 01.12.2011 | FLR 027 | Digital format | Beatport & WPP
For the first time in our catalogue appears DeadEcho, the tandem formed by British Rob Bradley and Adam Firman, who at the same time are the owners of a lately much celebrated label, Save You Records. Their works are strongly backed up by artists such as Ewan Pearson, Jamie Jones, Claude Von Stroke or James Teej. Without reaching their top yet, they manifest a brilliant trajectory, with juicy EPs and upcoming remixes.
Their 'Chinese Whispers', flirts and twists till seducing with an inrreverent and uninhibited funk tech with a precise minimalist touch and a definitely vintage essence. The bellwether, no doubt, is a rebellious vocal within this contrasting game manufactured by our propitious DeadEcho.
Alex Arnout in becoming by himself in one of those names who breath underground and talent in all his works. Important labels such as One, Vitalik, Hot Waves or Dogmatik give proof of it. This remix of 'Chinese Whispers' shows Alex Arnout connecting deep, dense, gravitatory matress embracing this close-to-futurism soul which characterizes this amazing Londoner.
Baldo is an old chap always welcomed in this house. Co-owner of that quality guaranteed label which is Neovinyl Recordings, his creations always shine and distill devotion towards 90's American house-tech. The man from Malaga makes this background looks contemporary, adding an impeccable production where his styling exercises --like this 'Chinese Whispers' remix- combine perfectly a soul atmosphere and an infallible hi-energy, dynamizing the most demanding hips and beats.
Alvaro Cabana is a produced of skilled manners. Some scattered works along these years still make us to believe that he has an enormous potential, and his crestions highly enjoyable. With this remake, the resident of Mondo and Wonky in Madrid (hear that!), brings us an authentic bomb of discreet shades brilliantly underpinned. Acid, House, Nu-disco, Electro and Psychedelia in addictive dosage masterly merged.